Wikipedia:WikiProject Australian crime

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Welcome to WikiProject: Australian crime
Our goals are:
We need your help! If you are from Australia and know about crime, you can:
  • Join up! Add your name to the members list.
  • Expand a stub...
  • Create an article...
  • Discuss the Project...
  • Start a new area of the Project; see the list of current areas below.

Project scope[edit]

The areas covered by this project are listed below. Each area has its own page for the discussion and formulation of guidelines and conventions, as well as for listing examples of the best articles. If a page does not yet exist for a particular area, feel free to create it and propose how that part of the Project might be organised.

Ways to complete our goal[edit]

  1. Create more quality articles on crime in Australia, Australian criminals and related topics.
  2. Add quality information and help expand Australian crime-related stubs.
  3. Attract attention from editors interested in crime and Australian criminal-related topics.

If you would like to help or join the project, you can view all articles related to this WikiProject here, or help us expand on our stubs. For a full list of articles, see this page: Category:Crime biography stubs and Category:Crime stubs

Featured articles[edit]

Good articles[edit]

Article alerts[edit]

Requests for comments

Requested articles and images[edit]

Requested articles

Requested images[edit]

New South Wales



Please feel free to add your name in here.

Useful templates[edit]

Article specific templates[edit]

Open tasks[edit]

To add the following Open Task template to your own pages, add {{Australian crime opentask}}.

Here are some tasks you can do to help with WikiProject:Australian crime:


The parent of this WikiProject is the WikiProject Australia.

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